Being charged with a sex offense in Colorado is a very serious matter, and therefore you need serious representation. Each criminal case is unique, and you deserve a defense specifically tailored to your case. Peter Loyd Weber & Associates has experience representing clients charged with a sex offense. Whether you need to go to trial to defend your innocence, or you need to plea bargain your way down for a better consequence, we here at Peter Loyd Weber & Associates can help you in this endeavor.

Sex Offenses Overview

In Colorado, being charged with a sex offense can mean prison and/or probation for the rest of your life. It can mean being on a sex offender registry for the rest of your life. Even if you are charged with a minor misdemeanor, if the misdemeanor occurs a few times and you are convicted, you could be facing a felony sex offense charge. In short, sex offenses are some of the most serious crimes in Colorado and therefore, you absolutely need to be considering hiring an attorney to defend you against aggressive legislation and overly aggressive district attorneys. Peter Loyd Weber & Associates are educated and experienced in defending against sex offenses. Please call for a free phone consultation today to determine how we can help you.

Possible Penalties of a Sex Crime Conviction

Sex Offender Registration (possibly for life)

Incarceration (possibly for life)

Sex Offender “Treatment” (governed by the State of Colorado)

Restrictions on where you live (possibly where you go to church, where you eat out, etc.)

Aggressive Police and District Attorneys

Being innocent until proven guilty is somewhat of a fallacy in the United States, but innocence until proven guilt just does not seem to apply in sex offense cases in Colorado. There are multiple cases where police and district attorneys try and try to grasp at a situation that does not seem to make sense. For example, if an individual urinates in public, this can be a “sex crime,” and the individual can be subjected to all of the same consequences as more serious sex offenses. Police are known to try to get individuals to confess to crimes, but use especially coercive tactics for possible sex offense crimes. Therefore, it is very important if you are arrested for a sex offense, to state you want your attorney before you say anything – say this early, and say it often.

Types of Sex Offenses We Defend

Indecent Exposure

Failure to Register

Unlawful Sexual Contact

Unlawful Sexual Viewing

Sexual Assault

We are there for our clients to inform them of their rights and to help them achieve the best possible outcome in their legal proceedings. Contact us for a free phone consultation at (720) 863-7755 and find out how we can help you keep your life intact today.